Lammie":3hxd23rn said:Long time ago when I was still living in Arlington, there was a story in the papers about a woman whose baby was attacked and killed by a pet Rottweiler dog. It had gotten into the crib. The mother, and I hesitate to use that term, was quoted as saying, "I can always have anothe baby. I can never replace (name of dog I can't remember)."
I've never forgotten it. I hope she's still in prison.
Jogeephus":2754599n said:I think these parents will suffer enough without any charges.
Jogeephus":31zxlye2 said:I think people say this cause its true. This is going to be a huge cross these folks are going to have to bear for the rest of their lives. It will most likely destroy them if they cannot get over it. Laws and regulations do nothing more than hinder the honest person. JMO
Lammie":16lf12b6 said:I saw somewhere the other day, maybe here? that scientists were doing work to see how far north pythons could survive since a number of them have been either turned loose by families or got out in storms from zoos. I guess there are a lot out there in the wild now. As if you folks in Alabama and Georgia didn't have enough to worry about...
Lammie":1vx4vjme said:If Ryder reads this, he might never go outside again. That's all I need is a snake that will chase you. Water bugs are bad enough.
Jogeephus":xwdljspu said:Lammie":xwdljspu said:If Ryder reads this, he might never go outside again. That's all I need is a snake that will chase you. Water bugs are bad enough.
A mamma cottonmouth is territorial and will chase you if you get in her confort zone sometimes but these two snakes went out of their way to attack them and crawled across at least 50 yards of bare dirt to put tree the guys in the bed of the truck. I hope this is all of them but I'm afraid its not.
Jogeephus":zwvnu8j9 said:I think these parents will suffer enough without any charges.